Archive: 03/18/2005

Researchers go into action after Tsunami

British researchers have launched urgent research programmes in order to learn lessons from the recent Indian Ocean Tsunami disaster. Such knowledge is relevant to both UK, and overseas disaster assessment and prevention ...

Mar 18, 2005 4.5 / 5 (2) 0

NEC Realizes Enhanced Version of its PaPeRo Robots

NEC Corporation announced the development of a new advanced version of its personal partner-type robot "PaPeRo", PaPeRo 2005, which is capable of more natural communication with people principally due to improvements ...

Mar 18, 2005 4.2 / 5 (21) 0

Dropping nano-anchor

Touch the tines of a tuning fork and it goes silent. Scientists have faced a similar problem trying to harness the strength and conductivity of carbon nanotubes, regarded as material of choice for the next generation of everything ...

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Got NOx?

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory researchers have developed a new cost effective and energy efficient method for reducing oxides of nitrogen, or NOx, in diesel engine emissions. Called the reformer assisted catalysis, ...

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Samsung Introduces Innovative MP3 Players

Samsung Electronics announced the launch of its 2005 first-half product line-up and its intention to reach the top of the rapidly growing world market for MP3 players by 2007.

Mar 18, 2005 1.5 / 5 (2) 0

Mathematician untangles legendary problem

Karl Mahlburg, a young mathematician, has solved a crucial chunk of a puzzle that has haunted number theorists since the math legend Srinivasa Ramanujan scribbled his revolutionary notions into a tattered notebook. "In a n ...

Mar 18, 2005 3.8 / 5 (9) 0

Nano-Probes Allow an Inside Look at Cell Nuclei

Nanotechnology may be in its infancy, but biologists may soon use it to watch the inner workings of a living cell like never before. Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National ...

Mar 18, 2005 1 / 5 (1) 0

Science: Climate Change Inevitable

Even if all greenhouse gases had been stabilized in the year 2000, we would still be committed to a warmer Earth and greater sea level rise in the present century, according to a new study by a team of climate ...

Mar 18, 2005 4.2 / 5 (5) 0
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